|Age Group||Amount of Sleep Needed|
|Teenagers (14 to 17 years)||8 to 10 hours|
|Adults (18 to 64 years)||7 to 9 hours|
|Pregnant Women||During pregnancy, women may need a few more hours of sleep per night or a few short naps during the day.3|
|Older Adults (65 years & older)||7 to 8 hours|
Subsequently, one may also ask, what can I do to boost my energy while pregnant?
What can I eat to give me energy while pregnant?
- Eggs. At just 78 calories and 6 grams of protein, the egg is a protein powerhouse.
- Oatmeal. Loaded with stress-reducing B vitamins and soluble fiber, oatmeal is the perfect choice for an energy boost.
- Trail mix.
What energy drinks are safe during pregnancy?